There are a number of important meetings happening this week involving Centre projects, some where the Centre is heavily involved, and others where the Centre has some involvement.
I thought it was time I gave you more information about the Medieval Canterbury Weekend 2022 which will be up on the Centre’s website very shortly. Thus, I thought I […]
Stop press: the CKHH is given one of the two runners-up awards in the ‘Outstanding Contribution to the Community’ category of the CCCU’s Staff Recognition Awards 2020/21. So well done […]
Before I get to trailing the third Lunch Time Lecture that next week will be given by Dr Lily Hawker-Yates, I thought I would pass on the fantastic news that […]
Stop Press: the Centre’s first online event on Wednesday 25 November at 7pm, the FREE Kentish Book Culture book launch, is now up on the university’s website and can be […]
As we hopefully begin to get some idea of the government’s timetable and strategy regarding how to get out of lockdown, I thought this week I would use the idea […]
This week I’m exploring what we have planned for 2020.
This week has brought a series of meetings and the chance to be part of Canterbury Society’s celebrations.
Stop Press: Medieval Canterbury Weekend 2020 goes live!